Circa Who & LaunchPad Collaboration

Mar 13, 2019 | Latest News

In November of 2018 Circa Who and LaunchPad collaborated to create a fun atmosphere for shoppers! We could not be more thankful for their kind words!

“Circa Who is an upscale resale furniture and home decor shop founded in 2004 in West Palm Beach, Florida.

LaunchPad and Circa Who collaborated on a collection of vintage pieces to furnish the store while making everything
totally shoppable. Circa Who’s passion is the hunt, and they love to find steals so they price to sell quick!

Circa Who’s goal is to find new homes for fabulous furnishings. Their furnishings are circa 20th century from Mid Century Modern to Hollywood Regency meets vintage Palm Beach.”



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TV: SamsungChair: Palecek, in Peter Fasano fabricLight: Shades from the Midnight SunWallcovering: Schumacher (foyer).


Every appliance is concealed by painted paneling. Counter stools: Artistic FramePendants: Weplight, with Radish Moon fabricBacksplash: Tiles of Ezra.

Breakfast nook

Bowman chose a seafoam green for the spot where the family enjoys casual meals. Wallcovering: Phillip JeffriesChandelier: Julie NeillChairs: Design Within Reach, in Pierre Frey fabricTable: custom.

Dining Room

Bunk Room

Bowman turned a tiny space into a spare bedroom for the children’s friends. Floor tile: Mirth StudioWallcovering: ThibautPaint: Cloud White (trim, bunks) and In Your Eyes (ceiling), Benjamin Moore.

Girl’s Room

The room was decorated so that (optimistically) it will last through her teen years. Paint: Sprout, Sherwin-WilliamsWallcovering: Pacific Designs International (ceiling). Nightstand: Chelsea TextilesSconces: PalecekCurtains: Lisa Fine TextilesBedding: MatoukBed: Coley Home.

Primary Bathroom


Painted cement tile by Sabine Hill and Perennials performance fabric can withstand post-pool hangouts. Paint: Marry Me (cabinets), Benjamin MooreWallcovering: Pacific Designs InternationalSofa: vintage.


Pool House

Shutters painted in Pink Cloud by Benjamin Moore are a subtle departure from the neighboring homes—yet still wholly Floridian.